Monday, June 16, 2008




runnerfrog said...

There you have another one! :-D The virus wasn't mine.

What a cool set you have created since I visited the last time!
Thirty years... you are too old to get virii. ;-)

jim said...

Stacey, these are remarkable, I am amazed, and I love the animated ones, just recently I have the ability to see those, very impressive indeed!

Your colors are exceptional as always, your sense and taste is right on girl! The forms are curious and mysterious, a touch of high drama and even a little bit of danger to keep us on our toes!

Hey, Stacey, that discription is what turning 30 is like, being past that mark of early confusion, it is a sharpening and like the previous periods, takes time, relax and get pleasantly tense, dig in and indulge!

BTW, I thought I was sending emails the other day, how was I to know it was all printing out on your blog as comments? My, my, one never knows in this computer age, does one? Anyway, I came here and looked thru the fractals yesterday for some time, I will clue you in later on my favorites, I am going to have breakfast now with them again. Hope you get on back to this art blog soon, but I will see you whereever!

Thanks for the special pleasure Stacey, you are my special one.

'eliyahu ben 'avraham vaSarah said...

Welcome back, Stacey! I've missed seeing your artwork out here on the blogosphere :)

Intergalactic Stacey said...


You're one of the nicest and most thoughtful people I've met online. Thanks for the card. I had a big smile on my face when I saw it.

Hey now, you're older than me! (At least I think so. How old are you again?) If you're still a young sprout under 30 I'll have to pass on my aging virus to you.

Intergalactic Stacey said...

Hi Jim,

I'm so happy that you can FINALLY see animations and videos. I always wished that you could see the Internet as I could see it. It really pushes enjoyment up a few notches, doesn't it?!

Thanks for your detailed opinion of my fractals!

By the way, I don't think any of your emails printed to my blog? At least, not that I could see.

I'll visit your art blog to see what you've been up to lately with those paintbrushes of yours!

Intergalactic Stacey said...

'eliyahu ben 'avraham vaSarah!! I'm so happy to see you. It has been a LONG time. It's so nice to see a familiar face. Thank you for remembering me.

runnerfrog said...

Well, I'm 34, but I'm a Linux, no virus can do any harm to me. ;-)

runnerfrog said...

Go on! Post another one! Don't fall asleep! :-P

mex said...

hi stacey, how are you? i've sent an email to fractal rock from mycelial.docomo// hope youre enjoying the summer. talk to you soon.

jim said...

Hi Stacey, you can see I can open and use this blog. I am using IE, maybe will switch, how to get firefox?

I get a box that says IE unable to open your blog VotW.

Diagnostics prove futile.

Cleaning programs successful but still no hold on your blog, the screen opens with the blog, I can read 4-5 lines then box appears and freezes the mechanism, no scroll, no page save, nothing but agree and lose the blog. happens every time, no error msg, no send problem to ms, nothing like that.

Stay in touch, Love you, Jim.

Will Doohan said...

These shapes look like those interlocking concrete stars that they use to halt beach erosion, but on a microscopic scale.

{I've just found your blog for the first time from a link on runnerfrog's blog. I spent the last few minutes looking at (and saving!)some of your amazing work. To me, many of them look like a view of the sub-atomic or quantum level of matter, with the lines of force and particles, waves and strings visible. WOW! really good work and beautiful too. - Will D. }

Moss said...

These are so wonderful that I wish that I could be inside of each of them.

btw, Your link to here kind of puts a dent in your anonymity.

Yahaira Valverde said...

Your art is wonderful.
Many greetings

Intergalactic Stacey said...

Thank you to everyone for the comments!